IoT Flaw Allows Hijacking of Connected Construction Cranes

An attacker can send spoofed commands to the crane’s controller. A connected construction crane, from Telecrane, has a vulnerability that would allow cyberattackers to intercept its communications and take the equipment over. The internet of things (IoT) continues to add Read More …

Cyber security threat to Britain’s oil and gas sites as attack could cause ‘unprecedented damage’

Brian Lord OBE says a successful attack on its infrastructure could cause “unprecedented damage” and “unrest across the world”. With a complex ecosystem of computation, networking, and physical operational processes spread around the world the industry has a large attack Read More …

A critical security flaw in popular industrial software put power plants at risk

A severe vulnerability in a widely used industrial control software could have been used to disrupt and shut down power plants and other critical infrastructure. Researchers at security firm Tenable found the flaw in the popular Schneider Electric software, used Read More …

Gold Galleon Hacking Group Plunders Shipping Industry

Researchers have identified the hacking group behind several widescale business email compromise (BEC) attacks gouging the maritime shipping industry millions of dollars since last year. Attackers are taking advantage of the industry’s lax security and the use of outdated computers, according Read More …